Having seen reference to Grafstein’s The Dice Doctor book from Dragline, Heavy and at least a few others, I checked in with Amazon. This guy grew up with and lived craps for sixty years, in many capacities above player, including owner of floating games. I’m only starting my second time through the book so I’m sure there is a lot still to be learned, but I was pleasantly surprised to see that my own method, learned through the school of hard knocks, appears to be very close to what Sam advises as the best way to go for the Right player. Makes me feel half smart. He tells the reader to find out for yourself which way you like to play, then gives great advise on management, bankroll and progressive betting. It is obvious that he personally prefers the Dark Side, with small line bet(s) and BIG odds. Again this doesn’t surprise – it is probably the best bet on the table. But he does not insist you play this way – he realizes it is your game and the other way can be almost as good. For my Do style, which he claims to use with some decent success, his advice on the come-out is exactly as I have spouted – he calls the parlay “the best bet on the table” : - ) He is NOT as impressed with taking big odds as I, nor is he as aggressive in his progression as I like to play. He is more in tune with a steady progression, which obviously protects what you have managed to win. I prefer a bit more aggression than he advises because it provides a shot at a BIG win. Sam insists that Do players qualify each and every shooter - probably good advice but I don't have time for that - only when things are going badly. He also believes that place bets are for dreamers!!! Sam shows why the Come is not as good as the Pass, something I had known but not realized quite the way he describes. Then Sam professes a replacement for the Come bet - a Converted Come Bet, which is a PLACE bet - lolol. This is only the 3rd book on craps I have read, and it has prompted me to get one or two others.